Wednesday, October 13, 2004

From the San Jose Mercury News:
Seniors Head to Canada for Cheaper Drugs
With a button pinned to her jacket that read "Drug Companies Make Me Sick," Mildred Fruhling, 76, joined a small caravan headed to Canada by train to buy cheaper prescription drugs.

The drugs she and her husband need are available at home in Edison, N.J., at a cost of about $7,000 a year. In Canada, where she's going with more than 20 other senior citizens, she'll buy a three-month supply for about half the U.S. price.

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